Web Design Critique: TV Store Online


About TV Store Online TV Store Online is an e-commerce website which opened last September 2004. They sell classic clothings – TV and movie T-shirts as well as memorabilia. The online store is now 20-employee strong. First Impression The website used a clean and simple design. The background colors are toned down and not too flashy, considering they sell clothing and costumes with flashy colors. The pages are put at…


Critique: Kitchenexp.com


First impression: The website, Kitchenexp.com, offers a fairly positive first impression. At first glance, you can easily determine the purpose of the website which is to provide great quality kitchen cabinets, home and kitchen remodeling services. Color and Design: There is not much discernible problem with the color choices and the over-all design of the website. Although the website is too plain, the colors used are not too bright and…


Web Design Critique: WebMD


About WebMD WebMD is a website that aims to provide health information, important tools to manage one’s health and as well as invaluable support to those who are looking for information. The website’s contents are timely and exude credibility. First Impression The site looks very professional. It uses a user friendly theme which is like the vibe of an online clinic. It also showcases what the website is for and…


Critique: Paper Mart


About Paper Mart Paper Mart is a website that is primarily concerned with providing the people with effective and creative packaging. Paper Mart is a family-owned business that has long been catering to the packaging needs of various people and companies. First Impression The website grants a good first impression for first time visitors. From a neutral standing point, the website’s design and layout is simple yet effective. The color…


Rock Your Power Blog Critique


This is a critique of the Rock Your Power blog found at rockyourpower.com. The first thing that can be noticed is that the navigation tab is stuck in an awkward position. It stays at a third of the page. Clicking on a button and the next page has the same awkwardly placed navigation tab. Moving the page down just a little bit allows you to see a portion of the…